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  • Strategies for a next-generation security architecture

    Learn how the perimeter-based architecture failure, a professional threat economy and greater hacking penalties are driving the need for a next-generation security architecture. Continue Reading

  • botnet sinkhole

    A botnet sinkhole is a target machine used by researchers to gather information about a particular botnet. Sinkholing is the redirection of traffic from its original destination to one specified by the sinkhole owners. The altered destination is known as the sinkhole. (The name is a reference to a physical sinkhole, into which items apparently disappear.) Continue Reading

  • peer-to-peer botnet (P2P botnet)

    A peer-to-peer botnet is a decentralized group of malware-compromised machines working together for an attacker’s purpose without their owners’ knowledge.  Just as in the traditional botnet, which includes a command-and-control server, the bots are typically infected with a Trojan horse and are often used for sending spam or performing DDoS (distributed denial of service) attacks. Continue Reading

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